Ms. Kathy Morton Lindsey, age 71, of Rockmart, passed away on Thursday, May 31, 2018.
She was born on Feb. 24, 1947 in Rome to the late Richard Harrell Morton and Helen Kirk Morton.
Ms. Lindsey is survived by her daughter, Leslie Estes; grandchildren, Ashley Goddard (Matt), Charlie Estes (Randie), Emily Camp (J.T.), Zach Estes (Brittany); great grandchildren, Anslee Goddard, Brantley Goddard, Brendan Estes, and Lakelyn Camp.
Ms. Lindsey is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Mr. Terry Lindsey; and a brother, Mr. Steve Morton.
In keeping with Ms. Lindsey’s wishes she was cremated.
A memorial service for Ms. Kathy Morton Lindsey was held on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the chapel of the Gammage Funeral Home.
The family of Ms. Kathy Morton Lindsey received family and friends on Wednesday evening, June 6, 2018 prior to the memorial service hour.
Messages of condolence can be made to the family by signing the online guestbook at gammagefh.com.
The Olin L. Gammage and Sons Funeral Home handled the arrangements for Ms. Kathy Morton Lindsey.
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